BECOMING A TUTOR
Greetings from the Carnegie Center Tutoring Department! Thank you for your interest in becoming a tutor at the Carnegie Center. The program has been running successfully since 1992, and has been named the Best Tutoring Program in Lexington by Family Magazine. More than 1,000 students have been tutored in the program.
Most of our tutors are adults, but we welcome applications from anyone 16 or over. Applicants who are in high school must have a Teacher Recommendation Form before being considered. We have two options for tutors, each of which requires a one-hour-a-week commitment:
• School year tutoring. From approximately September through May, you would meet weekly after school with a K-12 student and help with a subject you are comfortable tutoring. Available tutoring hours are Monday-Thursday from 3:30-7:30 pm, Friday from 3:30-5 pm, and Saturday from 10 am-2 pm.
• Summer tutoring. In June and July, you would meet weekly with a K-12 student and help with a subject you are comfortable tutoring. Available hours are Monday-Thursday 10 am-7:30 pm, Friday from 10 am-5 pm, and Saturday from 10 am-2 pm.
If you are available to tutor during only one of these periods, that is fine. If you’d like to tutor during both periods, you are welcome to do that. Questions? Feel free to contact tutoring coordinator Carol Bradford by phone at 859-254-4175 or email at email@example.com.
Ready to move ahead? The first step to becoming a tutor is to fill out the online application: Apply Now!
Thank you for filling out your application! You are almost ready to begin tutoring. Below are a few documents we will go over in our mandatory tutoring orientation.
You must be present at a Carnegie Center orientation in order to tutor. Not signed up? Contact our Tutoring Coordinator to register for an upcoming orientation. The Carnegie Center will run a law-enforcement background check for all applicants 18 and older.
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